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The White House faced an uproar from journalists Thursday over a lack of access to President Obama, including a virtual blackout of photographs during his nearly 40-hour flight to South Africa and back this week for the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
Cade Foster, the University of Alabama kicker who struggled in the team's shocking loss to Auburn last week, says he got some high-profiled support, in addition to backing from teammates: A letter of encouragement from President George W. Bush.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from President George W. Bush.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from former President George W. Bush.
The conspiracy Edward Snowden revealed is vast:It involves former President George W. Bush, President Obama, their aides, a dozen or so members of Congress, federal judges, executives and technicians for American computer servers and telecommunications companies, and the thousands of NSA employees
The signing into law last year of permanent normal trade relations with Russia is one of the successful diplomatic accomplishments of President Obama's first term.
Which world leader holds the distinction of making the "greatest economic statement of all time"? According to Warren Buffett, it's George W. Bush.
President Barack Obama arrived in South Africa on Tuesday for a day of remembrance and celebration for his personal hero Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid icon who died last week at age 95.
From President Obama posing for selfies with other heads of state to former President George W. Bush's chat with Queen Rania as wife Laura sat in silence, the U.S. presidents attending Nelson Mandela's memorial service were in hot demand.